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May
25th
Sun
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Rooftop deck on a gorgeous Memorial Day in NYC.

Rooftop deck on a gorgeous Memorial Day in NYC.

May
11th
Sun
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Sunday morning sketching and coffee

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coelasquid:

A really nifty book I just picked up today, it’s set up like a textbook detailing the fictional biography of a scientist who dissected and studied various mythological and religious creatures before abruptly vanishing from society in the early 1900’s, the book being mostly composed of Grey’s Anatomy style plates detailing the creatures’ internal anatomy from several different angles.

(via scientificillustration)

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brokeandbespoke:

Running Amok.

brokeandbespoke:

Running Amok.

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Found while out and about. Long walks are in season again in Chicago.

Found while out and about. Long walks are in season again in Chicago.

Mar
29th
Sat
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mrporter:

Horse racing or motor racing? Cufflinks by Alfred Dunhill, available at: http://mr-p.co/aIELBs

First thought: thenocoast had cuff links made?

mrporter:

Horse racing or motor racing? Cufflinks by Alfred Dunhill, available at: http://mr-p.co/aIELBs

First thought: thenocoast had cuff links made?
Mar
14th
Fri
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Top 5 tracks from the Austin Sxsw 100 (http://www.npr.org/2014/02/28/283974226/the-austin-100-a-sxsw-2014-mix)

Honorable mention to Football, etc: http://footballetc.bandcamp.com/track/goal

Mar
2nd
Sun
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mydaguerreotypeboyfriend:

Jim Thorpe, age 24, at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm.
Born on Indian territory to parents of mixed ancestry, Thorpe won gold in the pentathlon and the decathlon, dominating eight of the fifteen events. 
He was later was stripped of both medals when it was revealed that he had played professional baseball before the Olympics. After the games, he played professional football, baseball, and basketball until the age of 41, when the Great Depression ended his athletic career. 
“Someone had stolen his shoes just before he won his gold. He found a mismatched pair in a trash bin and wore extra socks because one shoe was too big.”
Submitted by boepple

mydaguerreotypeboyfriend:

Jim Thorpe, age 24, at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm.

Born on Indian territory to parents of mixed ancestry, Thorpe won gold in the pentathlon and the decathlon, dominating eight of the fifteen events. 

He was later was stripped of both medals when it was revealed that he had played professional baseball before the Olympics. After the games, he played professional football, baseball, and basketball until the age of 41, when the Great Depression ended his athletic career. 

“Someone had stolen his shoes just before he won his gold. He found a mismatched pair in a trash bin and wore extra socks because one shoe was too big.”

Submitted by boepple

(via thinknorth)

Feb
27th
Thu
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parislemon:

mart3ll:


So Winter


Game of Doge.

parislemon:

mart3ll:

So Winter

Game of Doge.

Feb
21st
Fri
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Tron: Legacy + Lotus
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Tron: Legacy + Lotus

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